Greenwashing is an attempt to cash in on the growing demand for more sustainable and environmentally conscious products. With claims of being ‘green’, ‘sustainable’, ‘organic’, these keywords make consumers believe in their green claims. We can an example of a 'green' claim below in Fiji Water's advert.
Here at Georganics we love a sustainable swap and supporting our fellow eco-warriors. So we thought we’d make a comprehensive list of our favourite sustainable swaps, starting with our favourite bathroom swaps.
When mouthwash is used, it kills all the bacteria in your mouth which sounds like a good thing but it kills ALL the bacteria, bad and good! Your mouth needs good bacteria to support the oral microbiome which decreases the risk of gingivitis, cavities and bad breath! Seriously, what is the point of mouthwash containing alcohol?
Georganics have the solution for your oral health and environmental care with mouthwash tablets!
Picking up lunch or a coffee on the go in between work and the school runs? How can we avoid getting caught up in the in the ease of grabbing that plastic wrapped meal deal, a plastic carrier bag or a single use take away coffee cup? Read more as we explore which alternatives we can all we invest in to avoid the rat race plastic pandemic.
We have recently teamed up with Treepoints to allow you to plant a tree at checkout. For 50p you can plant a tree and we will match every single tree planted! Let's make 2021 the year of reforestation. We spoke to co-founder Anthony about what Treepoints is and their values:
We know that when it comes to switching your oral care there are many different options out there, with some quite different to conventional toothpaste. That’s why we’ve created this little overview, hopefully, giving you a clearer idea of what to expect when you #MakeTheSwitch.
This month we'd like to encourage more people to think about the different ways in which they can live more sustainably. Each week we will be sharing our ideas and inspiration, taking you through each stage of the process from getting used to our products, to composting and reusing our packaging. This week we’re going to focus on the issue at hand… traditional oral care waste.